(EASY $20 A DAY MONEY MAKING METHOD) NOOB FRIENDLY

THECORE1337

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I feel like giving back to the community so here is an extremely easy method to help you get started or just bank some extra cash

First follow this steps:

1. You need en ebay and a paypal account.

2. Go to settings on page and fill in your paypal name and email to make sure you receive the payment and then click on the pay me button

3. To be able to get your $20 a day from the website you need to get at least 1 cashback point. Just Search ebay and then click on shop now (purchase something on ebay that Costs between 1$ and 1.01$

4. <IMPORTANT>The only way it works is if you use the bonus link below.(Please note that you will not get a confirmation email to your account )

Bonus Link

You're welcome
 
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Not quite what I expected.
 
From which website? Your explanation is vague.
 
I don't understand, what's this all about?
 
So you think it's funny? What a nonsense thread. Just wasted 2 minutes of my life.
 
So I'm going to give some info about my IM SEO journey so far and list the reasons why I am not personally chasing after SEO as a way to make money anymore and what I am getting into.
 
So you think it's funny? What a nonsense thread. Just wasted 2 minutes of my life.
If the post is in "Blachhat Lounge" chances are it's a shit post. If it was a legit money making method, I think it would be in a different section, such as "Money Making".

also, doesn't anybody hover over/inspect random live links they come across anymore?
 
If the post is in "Blachhat Lounge" chances are it's a shit post. If it was a legit money making method, I think it would be in a different section, such as "Money Making".

Yeah, true. Didn't checked in which section the thread was..
 
The ultimate rickroll? Rick Astley admits a friend got him — again and again

Maybe it's been a while, but we've all been there. You innocently click a link sent by a friend, family member or co-worker and the next thing you know, Rick Astley, circa 1987, is serenading you with his hit "Never Gonna Give You Up."

And as it turns out, the singer has been there, too.

Astley visited TODAY Thursday for a throwback (and more) performance, and in between songs, he revealed how he first discovered the meme and internet prank.

"The way I heard about rickrolling was (from) a friend of mine who lives in Los Angeles," Astley explained. "(He) sent me an email — he rickrolled me. It was a really long time ago. I know this guy really, really well. He's one of my best friends."

At first the pop star didn't understand what it was all about. But eventually he caught on to it, because his pal was clearly never gonna give it up.

"Then he sent me another one," Astley recalled. "He just kept doing it."

Of course "Never Gonna Give You Up" lives on beyond the meme. It continues to be a fan-favorite track, even though some fans — like TODAY's own Savannah Guthrie — think it sounds an awful lot like another one of Astley's classics, "Together Forever."

What does Astley's think?

"I totally agree with them," the 50-year-old confessed. "To be honest, I've actually sung the wrong lyric at one point."


http://www.today.com/popculture/ult...ley-admits-friend-got-him-again-again-t103640
 
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